British Medical Journal, ‎0959-8138

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    Term breech trial does not provide unequivocal evidence

    David Somerset, 1 Jan 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 324, 7328, p. 50-51 2 p.

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    Testing pitfalls and summary of guidance in hypertension management

    Una Martin & Jamie Coleman, 28 Oct 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 333, p. 896-899 4 p.

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    The danger of stereotyping in suspected osteomalacia

    Joseph Kai, 21 Jul 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, p. 149-151 3 p.

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    The faults of expert reviews are already well known

    David Fitzmaurice, 31 Jul 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, 7409, p. 269 1 p.

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    The incidence of gastroschisis

    Mark Kilby, 4 Feb 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 332(7536), p. 250-1 2 p.

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    The medical profession, the public and the government

    Chris Ham & , 6 Apr 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 324, 7341, p. 838-842 5 p.

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    The new BMJ series on therapeutics

    18 Jan 2011, In: British Medical Journal. 342, jan18 1, p. d37-d37

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    The new primary care organisations: one year on

    Jonathan Shapiro, 1 Apr 2000, In: British Medical Journal. 320, 7239, p. 886-887 2 p.

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    The partial smoking ban in licensed establishments and health inequalities in England: modelling study

    Paul Aveyard & , 1 Jan 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 331, p. 488-9 2 p.

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    The problem of orphan drugs

    16 Nov 2010, In: British Medical Journal. 341, nov16 1, p. c6456-c6456

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    The rise of regulation in the NHS

    Kieran Walshe, 20 Apr 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 324, 7343, p. 967-970 4 p.

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    The use and impact of inquiries in the NHS

    Kieran Walshe & , 19 Oct 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 325, 7369, p. 895-900 6 p.

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    Thyroid function tests and hypothyroidism: Restoring serum TSH to reference range should be goal of replacement

    Jayne Franklyn, 15 May 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 326, 7398, p. 1086-1087 2 p.

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    Turning around NHS deficits

    Chris Ham, 21 Jan 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 332, p. 131-132 2 p.

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    Updating guidelines on asthma in adults

    Brendan Delaney, 15 Dec 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 323, 7326, p. 1380-1381 2 p.

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    Using drugs safely

    20 Apr 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 324, 7343, p. 930-931 2 p.

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    Valuing the effects of slidenafil in erectile dysfunction

    Nick Freemantle, 1 Jan 2000, In: British Medical Journal. 320, p. 1156-7 2 p.

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    What to do about poor clinical performance in clinical trials

    Richard Lilford, 16 Feb 2002, In: British Medical Journal. 324, 7334, p. 419-421 3 p.

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    Who benefits from Helicobacter pylori eradication?

    Brendan Delaney, 28 Jan 2006, In: British Medical Journal. 332, p. 187-188 2 p.

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    Would the NHS benefit from a single identifiable leader? An email conversation

    Chris Ham & , 20 Dec 2003, In: British Medical Journal. 327, 7429, p. 1421-24 4 p.

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    Written information for treating minor illness

    David Fitzmaurice, 19 May 2001, In: British Medical Journal. 322, 7296, p. 1193-4 2 p.

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    Adequacy of cervical cytology sampling using the Cervex brush and the Aylesbury spatula: a population based randomised controlled trial.

    21 Sep 1996, In: British Medical Journal. 213, 7059, p. 721-723

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    Adjuvant tamoxifen: How long before we know how long?

    Daniel Rea, Christopher Poole & Richard Gray, 16 May 1998, In: BMJ. 316, 7143, 1 p.

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    Death rate from asthma

    Kate Jolly, 20 Feb 1993, In: British Medical Journal. 306, 6876, p. 518

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    Economic evaluation of a general practitioner with special interests led dermatology service in primary care

    Jo Coast, , , , , & , 17 Dec 2005, In: British Medical Journal. 331, 7530, p. 1444 - 1449 6 p.

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    Effect of needle length on incidence of local reactions to routine immunisation in infants aged 4 months : randomised controlled trial

    Jon Deeks, 14 Oct 2000, In: British Medical Journal. 321, 7266, p. 931-3 3 p.

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